Janmashtami Quotes

Janmashtami Quotes


Quotes on Janmashtami are widely used for sending messages all across the country, especially in North India. The messages all invariably sing the glory of Lord Krishna. Janmashtami quotes SMS can be downloaded. These quotations can also be downloaded in various Indian regional languages. Janmashtami quotes in Hindi are most in demand. Krishna devotees use Janmashtami Sri Krishna Jayanti quotations to greet each other on this special occasion. The custom of sending Janmashtami wishes through Happy Janmashtami SMS is an extremely popular tradition among the Gujaratis. The Krishna temples in even other parts of India and abroad observe a lot of activity on this occasion.

Janmashtami Quotes


Hare Rama Hare Rama Rama Rama Hare Hare
Hare Krishna Hare Krishna Krishna Krishna Hare Hare
Happy Janmashtami
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Krishna jinka nam, gokul jinka dham
aise SHREE KRRISHN bhagwan ko
ham sab ka pranam
JANMAASTMI KI SHUB KAMNAYE
jai shree krrishna
Happy Janmashtami
A VERY HAPPY JANAMASHTAMI TO ALL OF YOU
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All of us are pleasure-seeking creatures. So you can say that directly or indirectly we are all seeking Krishna. Chanting Hare Krishna is a way of seeking Krishna directly.
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May Lord Krishna come to your house & take away
all ur Makhan – Mishri with all ur worries & sorrows.
His blessings on u & ur family.
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Janmashtami Greetings


Janmashtami greetings are exchanged over the social networking sites, including Orkut. SMSs are exchanged; cards are gifted with Janmashtami messages printed on them, and people greet each other cordially singing praises of Lord Krishna. Janmashtami wishes through Janmashtami ecards are also gaining increasing popularity among the tech-savvy younger generation. Janmashtami greetings card are also available at the various gift shops to wish each other. Greetings are exchange over phone from one corner of the world to another. Various cultural programs are held and devotees sing the glory of the Lord Krishna. Celebrations continue for days in places such as Mathura and Vrindavan and the furore of activities are all captured by various media agencies.